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What $685K buys around LA
From Koreatown to El Segundo
Join us as we explore what you can buy for a certain dollar amount in various LA ’hoods. We’ve found five homes within $10,000 of today’s price: $685,000.
Jeffrey Park, Min Chung | New Star Realty
Here’s a two-bedroom unit in the lovely old Miramonte Terrace building in southern Koreatown. Built in 1922, the U-shaped building is framed around a quiet courtyard with a fountain. This particular unit offers a roomy 1,491 square feet of living space with a private balcony. It comes with a one-car garage space and an additional outdoor spot. Asking price is $690,000, with HOA dues of $363 per month.
Via Laurie Sharrigan | Berkshire Hathaway
This Woodland Hillshome was built in 1962 and has been recently updated with new flooring and a remodeled kitchen. It’s got three bedrooms and two bathrooms spread across 1,182 square feet of floor space. The house sits on a 7,812-square foot lot with an attached garage, a back patio, and a hilly yard. Asking price is $689,500.
Via Jonathan Minerick | Homecoin.com
If it’s amenities you’re after, try this condo in South Park’s Evo complex. The 1,120-square-foot unit has one bedroom and a single bathroom, with wide panels of windows and an open living and dining space. The building boasts a swimming pool, spa, barbecue area, fitness center, and rooftop lounge. Asking price is $688,000, with HOA dues of $749 per month.
Via Barbara Rogers | Coldwell Bankers
This homey Spanish bungalow inPasadena was built in 1925 and still contains hardwood floors and an elegant tile fireplace (though it sadly no longer works). The 900-square-foot house has two bedrooms and one bathroom, along with an airy living room and a formal dining room. Sitting on a 4,682-square-foot lot, the home has a grassy front lawn and a patio space in the back. Asking price is $675,000.
Via Bill Ruane | Re/Max
Finally, here’s a two-bedroom condo right off Main Street in El Segundo. The 1970s unit has been recently remodeled and has two updated bathrooms along with a kitchen outfitted with freshly installed appliances and countertops. The master bedroom leads out to a large private balcony with room for outdoor seating. The unit comes with a pair of parking spaces and extra storage space. Asking price is $679,900, with HOA dues of $335 per month.
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